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Support Friendship Home at These Upcoming Events!

 

Safe Quarters

October 12

Register your Safe Quarters team by clicking on the Safe Quarters tab. On October 12, teams of Friendship Home volunteers will walk the city collecting financial contributions to provide victims of domestic violence with “Safe Quarters”. Last year, over $110,000 was raised for Friendship Home! Contact Lauren at 402-434-0167 to volunteer and donate when a volunteer comes to your door on Sunday, October 12.

Welcome M.A.T.

Join us for one of our Welcome M.A.T. sessions from 12-1pm on the following dates. The presentation is designed to give you a greater understanding of the work Friendship Home does every day. RSVP to laurenp@friendshiphome.org or 402-434-0167.

Tuesday, August 19

Thursday, September 4

Safe at Home Luncheon on Tuesday, September 9

‘Surface Tension’

Work by Nolan Tredway

July 11 – September 1

Fuse Coworking, 800 P Street, Suite 300

The Outlook Project and Fuse Coworking are pleased to feature ‘Surface Tension”, a new body of work from Lincoln artist Nolan Tredway. Partial proceeds of the sales of Mr. Tredway’s work will benefit Friendship Home.

Try Pickit and Help Friendship Home!

Pickit is a new mobile app and has chosen to partner with Friendship Home, among other non-profits to create social change in our community. Download pickit at www.pickitmobile.com/apps and choose Friendship Home as one of your organizations to support. Pickit offers discounts at various local merchants. When you use your discount, half of the commission goes to the organization(s) you’re supporting!

Shop at AmazonSmile

If you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon will make a donation to Friendship Home. Get started here www.smile.amazon.com

Call 402-434-0167 for more information.

 

Friendship Home acknowledges and celebrates the cultural diversity that has contributed to the history and development of the United States, and further recognizes the importance of reflecting and enhancing that diversity, as well as ensuring such diversity in provision of services and in the makeup of its staff and board. To that end, Friendship Home affirms its commitment to pursue equal opportunity and affirmative action in its employment, services, and activities. Specifically, Friendship Home affirms this commitment to facilitate diversity by recruiting staff and board members whatever their race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, military status, veteran’s status, marital status, disability, or sexual orientation. Friendship Home provides bilingual help or interpreters at no cost, as needed. Immigration status is not relevant to determining client eligibility.